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Conqueror

Conqueror an epithet of various rulers, especially William, duke of Normandy and (after 1066) king of England (see Norman Conquest).
came over with the Conqueror old and distinguished, as applied to a family; supposedly, identifying it as one of the Norman families accompanying William of Normandy to England.

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